GREEN ARROW: QUIVER PART 2 Originally published as Green Arrow #6-10, September 2001– February 2002.

The JLA are overjoyed to see their teammate Green Arrow back from the dead, but why is he younger and lacking the memories of the Green Arrow they saw die? Etrigan the Demon may have the answer but he seems eager to return the Emerald Archer to his grave.

FLASH COMICS #86 & 92 Originally published in August 1947 and February 1948.

An enraged underworld would give a fortune for the identity of the woman stealing from under their noses. But is the Black Canary a heroine or a crook?

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DC Comics
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Green Arrow
Character:
Green Arrow

DC Comics Graphic Novel Collection - Green Arrow: Quiver Part 2 - Volume 38

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GREEN ARROW: QUIVER PART 2 Originally published as Green Arrow #6-10, September 2001– February 2002.

The JLA are overjoyed to see their teammate Green Arrow back from the dead, but why is he younger and lacking the memories of the Green Arrow they saw die? Etrigan the Demon may have the answer but he seems eager to return the Emerald Archer to his grave.

FLASH COMICS #86 & 92 Originally published in August 1947 and February 1948.

An enraged underworld would give a fortune for the identity of the woman stealing from under their noses. But is the Black Canary a heroine or a crook?

:
DC Comics
Brand:
DC Comics
Character Series:
Green Arrow
Character:
Green Arrow

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Lots of occult and religious themes straying away from the more usual Green Arrow crime fighting. A great deal in the Zavvi offer but a mostly existential focused issue.